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Puma: building a requester application

June 30, 2012 Leave a comment

Here comes the second part of our hands-on introduction to our lovable Python UMA implementation – PUMA. As Part I, it may not be all that brief, but it is wildly comprehensive and grants you the hottest superpower on the market: rapidly creating sleek, UMA-enabled Requester Applications.

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Puma: building a host application

April 20, 2012 Leave a comment

What you see here is the first part of our hands-on introduction to our lovable Python UMA implementation. It may not be all that brief, but it is wildly comprehensive and grants you the hottest superpower on the market: rapidly creating sleek, UMA-enabled applications.

Let’s get to work, then.

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Releasing Puma.

April 13, 2012 Leave a comment

The time has come. We’re proud to announce that after serving us well internally and powering our sleek host and requester applications, it is time to release Puma – the little beast behind the curtain that you should definitely pay attention to – our Python library for swiftly implementing UMA enabled applications.

As a reference implementation, don’t hesitate to check out both:

Learn more about the flow using SMARTAM by viewing the following two presentations:

All code is released under the Apache 2.0 license.

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